Motorola XT-910 DROID RAZR Unlocked GSM Smartphone with 8 MP Camera, Android OS, Wi-Fi, and GPS--No Warranty (Black)
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- 4.3-inch AMOLED display
- Super-thin smartphone, featuring splash-guard coating, Kevlar and Corning Gorilla Glass for extra protection; 1GB Ram Memory
- 8MP Camera with 1080p video recording, Front facing camera. MotoCast - Wireless streaming of media from a pc to your phone. Smart Actions for efficient task completion.
- 1780mAh battery Lithium Polymer. Talk Time - Up to 450 mins GSM, Standby - Up to 250 hours GSM
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|Camera Description||8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash||21 MP||21 MP||13 MP||20.0||12|
|Screen Size||4.3 in||5.2 in||5.4 in||5.5 in||5.9 in||5.2 in|
|Item Dimensions||0.28 x 5.15 x 2.17 in||5.6 x 2.9 x 0.3 in||7 x 10 x 1 in||0.39 x 3.02 x 6.02 in||0.31 x 6.18 x 3.11 in||2.91 x 5.91 x 0.3 in|
|Item Weight||3.36 ounces||5.9 ounces||1.05 lbs||0.7 lb||6.7 ounces||5.47 ounces|
|Operating System||Android||Android||Android||Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow||Android 7.0 + EMUI 5.0||google_android|
The new MOTOROLA RAZR is the most captivating Android-powered smartphone on the scene that not only offers a solid build and stylish design, but a range of powerful features and accessories. Measuring just 7.1mm in thickness, the Motorola RAZR is one of the thinnest smartphones on the market. Slimmer than the Samsung Galaxy S II and Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, which are slim handsets anyway. The back of the device made with Kevlar (the material in bulletproof vests) fibre, to keep size and weight to a minimum but increase strength and rigidity in the phone. Corning Gorilla Glass protects the Super AMOLED Advanced screen that sits below it. Super strong, this glass will protect the device against scratches and scrapes that would normally damage any other display. The RAZR is coated with a nano technology which makes the device splash-proof. The powerful dual-core 1.2 GHz processor lets you act as fast as you can think (finally), while the 1GB of RAM keeps the momentum going. Capture the excitement of your own life with the 8MP rear camera and 1080p HD video recording, for crisp, clear, cinematic quality images. Your video captures will be especially smooth, thanks to technology that helps stabilize the camera. And, whether your next incoming call is about dissecting the play or landing the deal, see things eye-to-eye with the front-facing HD video camera. Whether you stream or download films, the hyper-vibrant colors of the Super AMOLED Advanced display make watching films on-the-go just as thrilling as watching at home on your HDTV. And zero motion-blur technology keeps the action smooth, so you can focus on the story.
Top customer reviews
1. Great display - great cross between tablet and phone. Great for watching videos.
2. Extremely responsive touch
3. Very fast
4. Slim design and light - not too light as some suggest. I added a good case which made it a tad heavier and a bit more comfortable in the hands.
5. Comes with a good deal of useable apps
6. Pretty good camera - works well at night and very well during the day
7. Decent video in the dark... haven't yet checked the daytime recording
8. Good quality sound with headphones
9. Motorola's Motocast software is great for accessing media from different computers. Once the software is installed on the relevant computers files can be accessed as long as all computers and phone have internet access. Greatly reduces the need to store files on the phone itself.
10. Contact management is a breeze once contacts are available though an internet source
11. Very useful widgets out of the box
1. Battery life is extremely short when gaming and using media (music, videos and such). There are a some good solutions I've found like using a very dim display brightness which helps tremendously but battery life is still very disappointing
2. The default Android 2.x keyboard is unbelievably disappointing. Except for the fullstop simple things such as question marks and single uplifted commas have to be accessed by using the '?123' button. The keyboard layout isn't customizable so that unused keys can be replaced. Also, ten keys have a different long press function, the numeric keys. All others have nothing for long presses. How dumb is it to put simple stuff like question marks and commas in a separate screen and have about sixteen other keys with nothing for long presses?!
3. Screen cannot be set to time out without requiring a slide to unlock. Don't know if I missed something but as much as I've tried once the display times out, I'm required to slide to unlock. Sometimes I just want the display off without a need to slide all the time
4. Home screens cannot be removed or added
5. Multi-tasking is un-intuitive except for the help of an app. Difficult to switch between running apps or to even see what's running. Thankfully that was fixed with an app.
6. Have found that the touch becomes unresponsive occasionally. This hasn't happened often but when it does it's extremely annoying. Once I attempted to swipe to answer a call and it wouldn't repsons. Had to hit the power button before it responded.
7. No recording software out of the box
8. Boasts 16GB of storage with a 16GB micro SD card included but actually has 8GB usable storage and I got no micro SD card with mine (Unlocked version)
9. Speaker leaves some to be desired
10. Adding offline contacts is too difficult
That's all I can think of for now. Hopefully there will be a software update to address some of the issues mentioned above but still a good and fun phone. No regrets buying this one.
JUNE 5th Update as requested:
A couple more CONS of note:
11. I is indeed ridiculous to have had paid over US$500 for the phone and it came without a warranty. Even if it is an international version.
12. Where the options for the image galleries are many, for music playback it is very limited. Music files in the file browser cannot be added to playlists, even a currently playing queue. Also, when multiple music files are selected from the file browser, the only options are 'Download' and 'Open' and open opens a single file. Finally, no option to sort music by location.
Only few points I will emphasize on:
-The look: many reviewers kept on comparing this phone with other phones-specs wise, forgetting to put into consideration the size factor! I never had or wanted to have any phone bigger than 3.2" till I saw the beauty of this RAZR ( & to be honest the GS2 in regard of being slim as well). The phone is a certain conversation starter, looks really cool, well built and definitely not cheap ( and it isn't!)
The very new HTC one is bragging to be one of the slimmest phones, well, as slim as it is, it is still bigger than the RAZR!Have been checking most of the phones that are appearing in the market and none could beat the beauty of the RAZR IMO.
-the speed: added tons of apps and games, no sweat!
-Battery: dunno what other reviewers expected from a phone with such a processor, screen & 4G but this needs power! My last 4 smartphones' batteries (in 5 years) couldn't last more than a day, so this one is no surprise. add Juice defender app and it helps u go through the day with moderate use. Some days I talk too much and play too much this is when I need to charge it twice a day, I have a portable external battery that I got off e-bay for around $10. It works fine and is really small.Easier to carry even in pocket.
Despite that I actually took one star off cos of the battery and lame camera..at this price range I still expected more from the battery and definitely a more stable cam. U do get better shots when u get to know how to use it, but it could definitely have been better.
overall the best smartphone IMO now in market, and will get better with the ICS upgrade in few months.
* Extremely thin yet tough build quality (except the Gorilla Glass screen--see below)
* Strong cell reception compared to most other smartphones
* Loud, clear phone calls
* Clever Motorola-exclusive software features such as Smart Actions (which, e.g., can autostart your music app when you plug in headphones)
* Decent HD video recording quality
* Abysmal battery life. When the screen is active, charge declines 10% every 15 minutes. That said, casual and conscientious users should be able to make it through the workday. Keep the screen brightness down and avoid lengthy gaming or web browsing sessions.
* Bad camera. Photos lack vibrancy and are prone to blur. The shutter delay is longer than on most smartphones.
* Extremely weak WiFi radio. Signal drops in places where other smartphones can maintain a weaker but stable connection.
* Screen is made with Gorilla Glass but feels flimsier than iPhone
* Stuck on Android 2.3.6 "Gingerbread" even though the Verizon version has already been updated to 4.0
This is not a terrible phone, but $375 can buy much better alternatives like the Galaxy Nexus (which also lacks LTE and a good camera, but has a better battery and runs Android 4.1).